Hamilton Jazzmaster Face 2 Face III – Double-faced excellence

A STATE-OF-THE-ART ADDITION TO THE JAZZMASTER FACE 2 FACE SERIES

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Hamilton Jazzmaster Face 2 Face III
Hamilton Jazzmaster Face 2 Face III

A new chapter of technical virtuosity: reinterpreting the idea of rotating case design, the Jazzmaster Face-2-Face III limited edition brings flair and sophistication to the namesake series. Pushing watchmaking expertise and design creativity to the fore, this new two-faced timekeeper adds an understated twist to one of the most prominent of Hamilton’s complication watches. 

Hamilton Jazzmaster Face 2 Face III

Upon its release in 2013, the Jazzmaster Face 2 Face has been considered a pioneer of the new watchmaking ground for Hamilton: the concept of a double-sided dial, essentially giving two distinct personalities to the single horological creation. Establishing itself as a combination of avant-garde and classic aesthetics, the collection welcomes the Jazzmaster Face 2 Face III, the third edition limited to 999 pieces.

Hamilton Jazzmaster Face 2 Face III

Equipped with a round rotating 44mm case, the inventive Hamilton Jazzmaster Face 2 Face III boasts two dials – one a time-telling face comprising chronograph functions, the other featuring measurement scales and an exhibition movement. Built within a multi-layered architecture, the main watch’s dial has a complexity matching its inner mechanics. While the time is displayed on the outer ring, the three chronograph counters keep track of elapsed hours, minutes and seconds. These overlapping sub-dials are placed on the top of the exposed date wheel, forming a three-dimensional structure. Reinforcing the concept of duality, the anthracite dial elements are complemented by blue accents of the hour counter and passing through seconds hand.  

Hamilton Jazzmaster Face 2 Face III

Flipping the case over, the second dial features the tachymeter and pulsometer scales, allowing active lifestyle enthusiasts to measure speed and keep track of their pulse. Hamilton’s watchmaking know-how comes into the spotlight thanks to the skeletonized dial design offering a glimpse of its H-41 automatic chronograph movement with 60 hours of power reserve.

Hamilton Jazzmaster Face 2 Face III

Blending the unconventional and the classic, the Hamilton Jazzmaster Face-2-Face III is paired with a patina-look brown leather strap accentuated by blue stitching on both sides for a striking contrast and sporty feel. 

Marked by a complex dial aesthetic and versatile look, the Hamilton Jazzmaster Face 2 Face III rewrites the rules by fitting out of the box innovation into a more traditional watch case. A true conversation starter, this dual personality timepiece is made for watch extroverts.

Hamilton Jazzmaster Face 2 Face III Technical Specifications

Ref. H32876550 – CHF 2995 / EUR 2995 / USD 2995

Movement                   

  • H-41 automatic chronograph movement with 60-hour power reserve

Case                            

  • 44mm stainless steel case
  • Thickness: 17.25mm
  • Lug width: 22mm
  • Glass: Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating
  • Water resistance: 5 bar (50 m)

Dial

  • Anthracite dial with blue subdial

Hands

  • Nickeled hour and minute hands with Super-LumiNova®,
  • blue passing through seconds hand

Bracelet

  • Brown leather strap with blue stitching,
  • stainless steel folding clasp

ABOUT HAMILTON
Founded in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, in 1892, Hamilton creates watches with a unique balance of authenticity and innovation. Its timepieces synchronized the first railroads and kept time for aviation pioneers and U.S. soldiers. The watchmaker of filmmakers, Hamilton watches have appeared in more than 500 movies and TV shows, with custom pieces playing a pivotal role in several Hollywood blockbusters. Striving to shape authentic characters and storylines through its timepieces, Hamilton designed the first branded watch to be featured in a video game. With a continued commitment to craftsmanship and accuracy, Hamilton launched the world’s first electric watch in 1957 and the first LED digital watch in 1970. A member of the Swatch Group, the global leader in watch manufacturing and distribution, Hamilton’s current collections combine its American spirit with true Swiss precision.
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